ESL have been opening up shop all over the world. Their most recent expansion was to Brazil, and eSports scene considerably smaller than South Africa. With the current growth of eSports in South Africa, when will ESL start paying attention?
ViNCO Gaming made their international debut this weekend at the Halo 5 World Championships. Unfortunately they struggled to make it out of the group stages, a recurring theme among most South African teams who dare to enter the International realm of eSports. Now the question is, do we deserve to participate in international events?
Check out some of the best games to come from local developers suring this years Global Game Jam!
These are the top five CS:GO teams to keep an eye on in 2016.
What better way to kick off the competitive year with a HomeStory cup style tournament? Orena have invited four of South Africa’s best CS:GO teams to take part in the Century Cup live from the Orena Studio.
Does South Africa have a fighting scene? If so, where are our eSports events? Perhaps it’s time South African tournament hosts began paying attention to the international growth of competitive fighting genres.
From Kenya to Nigeria, Africa’s best and brightest game developers are getting ready for the third annual West African Gaming Expo.
eSports interest has diversified as Orena received an undisclosed investment from the Founders of Food Lover’s Market.
2016 will be a great year for the growth of South African eSports. Here are five reasons why.
Worried you might impulse pre-order and Oculus Rift today and not be able to pay? Good news – you might not have to for the foreseeable future.
The MSSA elected League of Legends teams took on Israel over the weekend in an international friendly. Here’s a closer look at the team, and their opponents.
Opening up your Steam client will reveal all games listed in ZAR, but at least the Rand is being treated better on that marketplace than the foreign exchange.